Hemp is Good Wanna know why? When hemp is planted, harvested, and produced right, it is super eco-friendly. It takes a significantly less harmful toll on the earth compared to some of our top favorite fabrics, such as cotton. Cotton uses 95% MORE PESTICIDES, 50% MORE WATER, and yields only 1/4 of . . .
A Quick Trip to Target Some of us are guilty of loving Target too much.. JK! You can't love Target too much. You're probably there right now, picking up your chai latte from Starbucks and telling your kiddo that this may take a while. You only came for one thing. Yea right, hahaha! This one thing . . .
Disclaimer: I was given products by Laura Zabo in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Fast Fashion Just like fast fashion, cheap jewelry and accessories that we purchase and forget about have become extremely problematic. Many of the jewelry pieces sold in fast fashion . . .
Are you drinking eco-friendly tea? I love tea the way Oprah loves bread. I also love bread the way Oprah loves bread, but that is irrelevant here. Recently I watched a video on Facebook about how tea bags are made. I WAS SO SHOCKED! Those little paper bags filled with smushed up tea leaves are NOT . . .
Cut Your Hair, Conserve Water, Save the Planet What's the craziest thing you've done for something you fervently believe in? Would you believe me if I told you that I cut my hair to conserve water? Well... don't. That's not why I did it. I'm a new mom with a child that requires just the right . . .
I can't afford a completely Eco-Friendly Holiday Moment of honesty: celebrating holidays will always result in a plethora of trash. Anytime you have a large gathering, the potential for excessive waste to be created increases. Even if you can afford to use eco-friendly wrapping paper, paper . . .
This post is sponsored by prAna. I received the Annexi Pant and Liana Sweater in exchange for a review. All opinions are my own. I love thrift shopping and thrift style. I believe that buying second-hand clothes has less of a negative impact on the earth than constantly buying new clothes . . .